proteanTecs and Alchip Get Production Prominence to Advanced ASICs

proteanTecs | January 10, 2022

proteanTecs, a worldwide leader in deep data solutions for electronic health and performance monitoring, announced a viable agreement with Alchip Technologies Ltd., today. Alchip Technologies is a leading high-performance computing ASIC organization that provides ASIC production prominence to fabless semiconductor organizations in Greater China.

SoC complexity is continually rising due to design risks, rapid manufacturing evolution, and deployment in high-performance, severe software and mission-critical platforms. Data-driven insights are critical to bringing chips to the market while meeting strict deadlines and assuring performance, power, and quality at scale.

proteanTecs offers visibility on the basis of Universal Chip Telemetry™ (UCT), a smart on-chip monitoring process coupled with knowledge-based machine learning algorithms. Customers can access advanced analytics in the cloud and on the edge, empowering them to bring robust SoCs to market.

"The patented Universal Chip Telemetry technology of proteanTecs is a game-changer for SoC time-to-volume. Through this collaboration, we embed the solution into our advanced, high-performance ASIC designs to qualify predictive monitoring that senses problems way before time. The result is improved parametric yield, reduced test time, and power/performance optimization."

Johnny Shen, Alchip President and CEO

proteanTecs' technology is incorporated and proven in Alchip's 5nm silicon. It is deployed in projects with common customers. This agreement will allow the organization to accelerate its commercial expansion into Greater China.

"Alchip provides quick delivery of modern ASIC solutions to their customers. This partnership intensifies their old relationship with leading semiconductor organizations and drives more efficiencies and production fineness for their products. We are happy to welcome Alchip as our partner and as an implementation service center to support common customers.", said Shai Cohen, proteanTecs co-founder and CEO.


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